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Experimental studies into growth and ageing of krill 2002-2012

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Originator: Kawaguchi, S., King, R. and Nicol, S.
Publication_Date: 20090814
Title: Experimental studies into growth and ageing of krill 2002-2012
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Series_Name: CAASM Metadata
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Publisher: Australian Antarctic Data Centre
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Online_Linkage: https://data.aad.gov.au/aadc/metadata/metadata_redirect.cfm?md=/AMD/AU/ASAC_2337
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Metadata record for data from AAS (ASAC) Project 2337. An excel spreadsheet is available for download from the URL given below. The spreadsheet contains three worksheets: - a summary of the data - validated data - all data Public The experimental krill research program is focussed on obtaining life history information of use in managing the krill fishery - the largest Antarctic fishery. In particular, the program will concentrate on studies into schooling, growth, ageing, behaviour and reproduction of krill as well as into the operation, behaviour and trends of the krill fishery. Project objectives: To investigate key aspects of the biology of Antarctic krill and its management utilising the facilities at the Australian Antarctic Division. Taken from the 2008-2009 Progress Report: Progress against objectives: We succeeded to take krill larvae reproduced in-house last year up to adult stage (external maturity) for the first time in our research laboratory (the second facility ever outside Antarctica), which means that last year's larvae reached maturity within a year in our aquarium, compared to 2-3 years in the wild, however spawning from this population is yet to be recorded. We also had successful reproduction this year and currently these animals are at late larval stage. We have now succeeded in reproduction two years in a row and have established the technique. This is a major step forward in closing Antarctic krill's life cycle in our aquarium. This achievement makes us the only research facility outside Antarctica to be able to conduct live krill experiments for the entire life stage and contribute information on biological parameters important for krill management. Taken from the 2009-2010 Progress Report: Progress against objectives: This year for the first time we have succeeded in closing the entire krill life cycle in our research laboratory (the second facility ever outside Antarctica. We also achieved successful reproduction this year and currently these animals are at the late larval stage. We have now succeeded in krill reproduction for three years in a row and have firmly established the technique. This achievement makes us the only research facility outside Antarctica to be able to conduct live krill experiments for the entire life stage and contribute information on biological parameters important for krill management. Taken from the 2010-2011 Progress Report: Public summary of the season progress: Understanding how krill may respond to various environments is the fundamental information to predict the future of krill centric ecosystem under the climate change. The project's current focus is to study impacts of ocean acidification on krill. The AAD aquarium facility for ocean acidification study is continuing to be upgraded to increase its capacity and stability to undertake its experiments at larger scale. Negative impacts of ocean acidification on krill has been investigated and the range of CO2 level fatal to krill embryonic development was broadly identified, and was published for the first time.
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REFERENCE: Tanimura, A., Oka, N., Kawaguchi, S., Nishikawa, J., Takahashi, K.T., Makabe, R., Hosie, G., Odate, T. 2008 Distribution pattern of macrozooplankton along the 140oE meridian in the Southern Ocean during austral summer 2002 and 2003 Nankyoku Shiryo (Antarctic Record) 52 1 13555 1-8 AAS Project 2337
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REFERENCE: Bengston Nash, S.M., Poulsen, A.H., Kawaguchi, S., Vetter, W., Schlabach, M. 2008 Persistent organohalogen contaminant burdens in Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) from the eastern Antarctic sector A baseline study Science of the Total Environment 407 13556 304-314 AAS Project 2337
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REFERENCE: Takahashi, K.T., Kawaguchi, S., Toda, T. 2008 Observation by electron microscopy of a gregarine parasite of Antarctic krill: its histological aspects and ecological explanations. Polar Biology 10.1007/s00300-008-0563-4
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REFERENCE: Yoshida, T., Kawaguchi, S., Meyer, B., Virtue, P., Penschow, J, Nash, J. 2009 Structural changes in the digestive glands of larval Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) during starvation. Polar Biology 10.1007/s00300-008-0569-y
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REFERENCE: Nicol, S., Worby, T. and Leaper, R. 2008 Changes in the Antarctic sea ice ecosystem and its potential effect on krill and baleen whales Marine and Freshwater Research 59 361-382
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REFERENCE: Nicol, S. 2008 Harvesting the Polar regions Antarctica, Secrets of the Southern Continent NSW, Australia Global Book publishing 366-367, 400
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REFERENCE: Kawaguchi, S., Peterson, W. (eds) 2010 Krill Biology and Ecology: Dedicated to Edward Brinton . Deep-Sea Research II 57 493-692
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REFERENCE: Kawaguchi, S., King, R., Meijers, R., Osborn, J.E., Swadling, K. M., Ritz, D. A., Nicol., S. 2010 An experimental aquarium for observing the schooling behaviour of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba). Deep-Sea Research II 57 683-692 10.1016/j.dsr2.2009.10.017.
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REFERENCE: Brown, M., Kawaguchi, S., Candy, S.G., Virtue, P. 2010 Temperature effects on the growth and maturation of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba). Deep-Sea Research II Krill biology and ecology. Deep-Sea Research II. 57 672-682 10.1016/j.dsr2.2009.10.016
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REFERENCE: Nicol, S. and Brierley, A. S. 2010 Through a glass less darkly - New approaches for studying the distribution, abundance and biology of Euphausiids. Deep-Sea Research II 57 496-507 10.1016/j.dsr2.2009.10.002
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REFERENCE: Virtue, P., S Kawaguchi, McIvor, J., Nicol, S., Wotherspoon, S., Brown, M., Casper, R., Davenport, S., Finley, L., Foster, J., Yoshida, T., Yoshiki, T. 2010 Krill growth and condition in Western Indian Ocean sector of the Southern Ocean 30-80 oE in austral summer 2006. Deep-Sea Research II 10.1016/j.dsr2.2008.11.035
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REFERENCE: Jarvis, T., Kelly, N., Kawaguchi, S., van Wijk, E., Nicol, S. 2010 Acoustic characterisation of the broad-scale distribution and abundance of Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) off East Antarctica (30-80oE) in January-March 2006. Deep-Sea Research II 10.1016/j.dsr2.2008.06.013
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REFERENCE: Kawaguchi, S., Nicol, S., Virtue, P., Davenport, S. R., Casper, R., Swadling, K. M., Hosie, G. W. 2010 Krill demography and large scale distribution in the Western Indian Ocean sector of the Southern Ocean (CCAMLR Division 58.4.2) in Austral summer of 2006. Deep-Sea Research II 10.1016/j.dsr2.2008.06.014
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REFERENCE: Nicol, S. Bowie, A., Jarman, S. Lannuzel, D., Meiners, K. and Van de Merwe, P. 2010 Fish and Fisheries 10.1111/j.1467-2979.2010.00356.x. 2010 Southern Ocean iron fertilization by baleen whales and Antarctic krill.
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REFERENCE: Kawaguchi, S., Nicol, S, Press, P. 2009 Direct effects of climate change on the Antarctic krill fishery. Fisheries Management and Ecology 16 424-427
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REFERENCE: Kawaguchi, S., Candy, S. 2009 Quantifying movement behaviour of vessels in the Antarctic krill fishery. CCAMLR Science 16 131-148
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REFERENCE: Gomez-Gutierrez, J., Kawaguchi, S., Nicol, S. 2009 Epibiotic suctorians and enigmatic ectoand endoparasitoid dinoflagellates of euphausiid eggs (Euphausiacea) off Oregon, USA. Journal of Plankton Research. 10.1093/plankt/fbp026
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REFERENCE: omez-Gutierrez J, Robinson CJ, Kawaguchi S, Nicol S. 2010 Parasite diversity of Nyctiphanes simplex and Nematoscelis difficilis (Crustacea:Euphausiacea) along the Northwestern coast of Mexico Dis Aquat Org. 88 3 249-266
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Range_of_Dates/Times:
Beginning_Date: 20020930
Ending_Date: 20120331
Currentness_Reference:Unknown
Status:
Progress: Complete
Maintenance_and_Update_Frequency: As needed
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West_Bounding_Coordinate: -180.0
East_Bounding_Coordinate: 180.0
North_Bounding_Coordinate: -50.0
South_Bounding_Coordinate: -67.0
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Theme_Keyword: EARTH SCIENCE > OCEANS > OCEAN CHEMISTRY > CARBON DIOXIDE
Theme_Keyword: EARTH SCIENCE > OCEANS > AQUATIC SCIENCES > FISHERIES
Theme_Keyword: EARTH SCIENCE > BIOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION > ANIMALS/INVERTEBRATES > ARTHROPODS > CRUSTACEANS > EUPHAUSIIDS (KRILL)
Theme_Keyword: EARTH SCIENCE > BIOSPHERE > ECOSYSTEMS > AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS > PLANKTON > ZOOPLANKTON
Theme_Keyword: EARTH SCIENCE > BIOSPHERE > ECOLOGICAL DYNAMICS > SPECIES/POPULATION INTERACTIONS > SPECIES LIFE HISTORY
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Theme_Keyword: Krill
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Theme_Keyword: Ageing
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Place_Keyword: CONTINENT > AUSTRALIA/NEW ZEALAND > AUSTRALIA
Place_Keyword: CONTINENT > ANTARCTICA
Place_Keyword: GEOGRAPHIC REGION > POLAR
Access_Constraints: These data are available for download from the provided URL.
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This data set conforms to the PICCCBY Attribution License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/). Please follow instructions listed in the citation reference provided at http://data.aad.gov.au/aadc/metadata/citation.cfm?entry_id=ASAC_2337 when using these data.
Point_of_Contact:
Contact_Information:
Contact_Person_Primary:
Contact_Person: SO KAWAGUCHI
Contact_Person_Primary:
Contact_Person: ROB KING
Contact_Position: INVESTIGATOR
Contact_Position: TECHNICAL CONTACT
Contact_Position: TECHNICAL CONTACT
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Address_Type: Mailing and Physical Address
Address: Australian Antarctic Division,
Address: Channel Highway
City: Kingston
State_or_Province: Tasmania
Postal_Code: 7050
Country: Australia
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Address_Type: Mailing and Physical Address
Address: Australian Antarctic Division
Address: Channel Highway
City: Kingston
State_or_Province: Tasmania
Postal_Code: 7050
Country: Australia
Contact_Voice_Telephone: +61 3 6232 3216
Contact_Voice_Telephone: +61 3 6232 3527
Contact_Electronic_Mail_Address: So.Kawaguchi@aad.gov.au
Contact_Electronic_Mail_Address: Rob.King@aad.gov.au
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Data_Quality_Information:
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The values provided in temporal and spatial coverage are approximate only. Taken from the 2008-2009 Progress Report: Variations to work plan or objectives: We started conducting experiments to evaluate effects of rising CO2 concentration to krill larval development. This year we also conducted long-term CO2 exposure experiments using post larval krill. This was pursued in collaboration with our Japanese counterparts (Prof. Ishimatsu and Dr Kurihara). Field work: No field work was undertaken this year but a population of live krill (~25,000 individuals) were captured on return from V3 and the aquarium is currently full at the time of writing. Laboratory activity/analysis: Study on effect of CO2 on larval and post larval Krill. Evaluation of effect of persistent organic pollutant on krill biology. Analysis of krill fishery behaviour. Analysis of flow fields using schooling krill (Contribution to analysis and writeup of experiments conducted in previous years). Our project is a continuous multi-disciplinary study focussing on various aspects of krill. Our results are continuously being published in peer-reviewed scientific journals every year as new results are obtained. Taken from the 2009-2010 Progress Report: Field work: No field work was undertaken this year but populations of live krill (~5,000 individuals in total) were captured on return from V2 and V4 and transferred to the aquarium. Many of these females were gravid and spawned once back in the aquarium, resulting with many larvae, which are currently used for ocean acidification studies on larval krill. Laboratory activity/analysis: Study on effect of CO2 on larval and post larval Krill. Analysis of krill fishery behaviour. Experimental study on over-wintering strategy of krill. Analysis of underwater footage of krill aggregations. Krill fishery data analysis. Experiments on the effects of environmental condition in seasonal maturity cycle of krill. Our project is a continuous multi-disciplinary study focussing on various aspects of krill. Our results are continuously being published in peer-reviewed scientific journals every year as new results are obtained.
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Contact_Organization: AU/AADC > Australian Antarctic Data Centre, Australia
Contact_Person: DATA OFFICER AADC
Contact_Position: DATA CENTER CONTACT
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Address_Type: Mailing and Physical Address
Address: Australian Antarctic Division
Address: 203 Channel Highway
City: Kingston
State_or_Province: Tasmania
Postal_Code: 7050
Country: Australia
Contact_Voice_Telephone: +61 3 6232 3244
Contact_Facsimile_Telephone: +61 3 6232 3351
Contact_Electronic_Mail_Address: metadata@aad.gov.au
Resource_Description: ASAC_2337
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Metadata_Reference_Information:
Metadata_Date: 20090421
Metadata_Review_Date: 20160617
Metadata_Contact:
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Contact_Person_Primary:
Contact_Person: DAVE J. CONNELL
Contact_Position: DIF AUTHOR
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Address_Type: Mailing and Physical Address
Address: Australian Antarctic Division
Address: 203 Channel Highway
City: Kingston
State_or_Province: Tasmania
Postal_Code: 7050
Country: Australia
Contact_Voice_Telephone: +61 3 6232 3244
Contact_Facsimile_Telephone: +61 3 6232 3351
Contact_Electronic_Mail_Address: dave.connell@aad.gov.au
Metadata_Standard_Name: FGDC Content Standards for Digital Geospatial Metadata
Metadata_Standard_Version: FGDC-STD-001-1998
Metadata_Time_Convention: local time
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